K-Power described itself as "The Magazine for the Computer Generation". It was a computer magazine with an emphasis on education, published in the United States by Scholastic, Inc and edited by Anne Krueger. 8 issues of K-Power were published, running from February to November/December 1984, after which it was merged with Family Computing and became a teen-oriented insert of its parent magazine. K-Power featured type-in BASIC programs for many different platforms, perhaps most fondly remembered for fun toys written by Joey Latimer.
Descriptions by Lewis Collard.